In episode 27 of My Unfair Lady, Gordon Man (Frankie Lam) challenges Molly Ling (Jessica Hsuan) to throw away their wedding ring, but he tells her he will not find it this time, signifying if she throws it away, they will come to an end. However, instead of following Tian Mi (Samantha Ko) to find Kwok Li, Gordon goes to Molly instead, keeping his promise not to leave her alone again.
Gordon: Trust is the most basic foundation for two people being together. Since you don’t trust me, throw it away. But let me tell you, this time when you throw [the ring] away, I will definitely not find it.
Molly: You feel I won’t throw it away?
Gordon: Of course you will. What are you not afraid of? It’s not like you haven’t tried throwing it. Throw it.
Molly: It’s not like this is the first time you’ve left me anymore.
Tian Mi: Let’s go.
Gordon: You go find Kwok Lik yourself.
In episode 25 of My Unfair Lady, Molly Ling (Jessica Hsuan) weds Gordon Man (Frankie Lam). Molly admits her bad traits, while Gordon is willing to accept her for who she is.
Molly: Actually, you are very good. It’s my problem. I know my temper isn’t good and my personality is blunt. I am afraid I will argue with you and I cannot control myself.
Gordon: No matter how good a couple’s temper is, they will still argue. They can adjust to each other. Besides, I never asked you to change anything.
Molly: Thank you.
Gordon: We got back together after so many years of separation because of love. It’s because we really deeply love one another. Right? So we should really make our relationship last.
In episode 23 of My Unfair Lady, Gordon Man (Frankie Lam) consults Saving Cheng (Vincent Wong), telling him marriage does not require a reason.
Saving: Gordon, why did you promise to get married to Molly?
Gordon: Getting married doesn’t require a reason.
Saving: Did you know you getting married also affects me?
Gordon: You are funny. How does me getting married affect you? I am not moving in with you. If you don’t have money, you can just not give us a wedding present. I will still allow you to come eat, ok?
Saving: It’s not about the present. You, Gordon, are the representative of playboys. What does you getting married represent? All men in the word can get married, they all need to get married. I am not ready. Did you know when Cherry told me you and Molly were getting married, she looked at me with teary eyes, as if she wanted to marry me right away. I… how can I reject her?
Gordon: She looked at you with teary eyes, but if you don’t have feel, you can reject her, right?
Saving: Plus Molly, she kept pressuring me with words. How can I say no?
Gordon: Ok, do you love her?
Saving: I love her, but love doesn’t represent everything right? I want to start a company, but I haven’t been able to do that. You’ve achieved some fame, but I haven’t yet. You were once rich, but I haven’t tried yet. And then what? When I get married, I need to take care of an entire family. It is not an easy thing. I also need to take care of her family. My family can easily have another two kids. It takes HKD 4 million to raise a kid. Where am I going to find that money?
Gordon: Then based on your understanding, I should not get married. I lost a high paying job. I even lost my apartment now. Then how can I get married? The problem is you need to have confidence in yourself first. Let’s go back to the first point. Do you love her? Do you want to get married with her?
In episode 21 of My Unfair Lady, after the betrayal of his business partner, Gordon Man (Frankie Lam) is left with nothing. Seeing him in disappointment, Molly Ling (Jessica Hsuan) decides to sell her apartment to give Gordon the necessary funding to continue on.
Molly: I know what you are thinking. You haven’t given up. You are still thinking about this startup business, but for the high-end market. The other matchmaking websites are spread out in 23 provinces. But our selling point is China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan match making services, pinpointing on the larger cities. The other websites have a difficult grasp with quality control, so we must use celebrities to make noise.
Gordon: You really can guess exactly what I’m thinking.
Molly: That day in the Shanghai mall, you must have been thinking about the Soul & Soul wedding gowns event, where the Taiwanese representative won. You said when it comes to being flirtatious, they must learned from Taiwanese girls, so our website must include the Taiwan market, attracting more high-end members. Then we can win other competitors.
Gordon: Even if you can think of it, it’s no use. [I have] no money. Let’s talk about this in two years after I save some money.
Molly: No, no one knows what will happen in the world after two years. It must be done now. That night at the Shanghai hotel, I checked your phone for the first time because I wanted to know what you were troubled by. It turns out you were looking at the map. So I made a decision to sell my apartment.
Gordon: No need to sell.
Molly: Too late. The first payment has already been deposited to our company account. I said I would walk this road with you. I definitely will.
In episode 16 of My Unfair Lady, Gordon Man (Frankie Lam) and Molly Ling (Jessica Hsuan) come to realization they are the perfect fit for each other in Shanghai. Gordon vows to be by Molly’s side forever.
Gordon: Are you ok?
Molly: I’m ok.
Gordon: You must not have adapted staying here. You go back to Hong Kong, ok?
Molly: I don’t want to go back to Hong Kong. It’s just that I cannot control anything here. I don’t know what I should do here. I don’t know if Kwok Li is trustworthy. I can’t even decide the most basic thing: what I can eat. I don’t have a sense of security.
Gordon: Sorry, to make you suffer. But I really cannot do anything right now. The only thing I can do is to stay by your side.
Molly: Say that again.
Gordon: I will always be by your side.
Molly: That’s already enough. When I was young, I waited for my father to say that to me. When I grew older, I waited for someone who loved me to say this. I want a shoulder to lean on and someone who could share with me. After waiting for so many years, I’ve finally found him. Actually, what I want is not a lot. All I want is someone who I love and who loves me, to live with me and grow old with me.
Gordon: I love you.
In episode 14 of My Unfair Lady, both Gordon Man (Frankie Lam) and Molly Ling (Jessica Hsuan) reveal to each other what happened a year ago.
Gordon: I’m not telling the truth only because I don’t want to lie to you.
Molly: Let go of me!
Gordon: Can you listen to me first?
Molly: I don’t want to listen.
Gordon: I am a man who cannot resist temptation.
Molly: None of my business!
Gordon: I cannot resist temptation, compared to regular men.
Molly: I don’t want to listen. Stop talking.
Gordon: Can you take care of my everything?
Molly: Let go of me.
Gordon: I can lie to everyone, but I cannot lie to myself. I really want to be with you again. After all these years, we already wasted as lot of time. After all this time, I know who is perfect for me. I don’t mind if you cannot have children. I don’t mind your bad temper. Please take care of my everything.
In episode 12 of My Unfair Lady, Gordon Man (Frankie Lam) reveals to Saving (Vincent Wong) why he returned to Hong Kong and that he still loves Molly.
Saving: Why didn’t you just continue being a jerk? Why did you come back?
Gordon: Last year I was involved in a car accident. I was hit by a car. I remember at that moment I really thought I was going to die. In my mind, only one person kept appearing. That is [Molly]. I couldn’t explain it, but at that moment, I really missed her. I really wanted to see her. That is why, even though I was in so much pain and could not open my eyes, I still called her.
Saving: Missing her even before death? That means you really love her. Did she pick up your call? What was her reaction?
Gordon: She didn’t pick up the phone. After my surgery, I didn’t call her again.
Gordon: Not sure why I bumped into her in Shanghai. But I found out she never let go of our relationship. So I told myself, no matter what, I cannot repeat the same mistake. This time, I must go even harsher.